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Francisca de San José

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

Born in Mexico in 1655, she became a mystic nun who renounced material goods. Her story was published in 1729 by Jesuit Don Domingo de Quiroga as a model of beatitude and saintliness. (Domenella, 365.)

Life Events

Born 1655
Other 1729The story of her life was published.


Domenella, Ana Rosa, and Pasternac, Nora, (1997), Las voces olvidadas: Antologia critica de narradoras mexicanas en el siglo XIX


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